Sam Lévin

From starlets to giants of the Seventh Art, Sam Lévin offers a panorama of European and American cinema from the 1930s (René Clair, Henri Clouzot, Max Ophuls, Christian-Jaque) through the 1950s, when he worked with the big studios (Metro Goldwin Mayer, Cinecittà) and all the way to the 1980s.
Lévin was also the faithful portraitist of leading singers and figures from the world of the arts.

Exhibition contents

89 modern B/W gelatin-silver prints, 61 colour digital prints
150 frames (105 frames 66.5x54.5 cm, 25 frames 106x86 cm, 20 frames 54.5x44,5)

Presentation: white passepartouts, black-tinted ash moulding

Delivered as: 12 wooden crates / total weight: 920 kg, 5 m3

Exhibition organized in collaboration with the Médiathèque de l'architecture et du patrimoine, ministère de la Culture et de la Communication.
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